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03-19-2012 01:46 AM
jrussblues I run bilstein 5100's now and the ride is amazing compared to my old twin tubes. Got the whole set at 300 shipped free. As for springs, my ome hd's were nice and so far my re 3.5's are nice too. Aev and currie make well reviewed progressive coil springs at a fair price as well. If your old springs aren't sagging you may try just upgrading the shocks and see how you like it from there.
03-19-2012 01:38 AM
JerkyBoy Just a heads up when I bought the shocks, I was unable to get the $20 off as it was an item already on sale.
But hey I still end up paying $200 for a set of nice shocks
03-17-2012 02:15 PM
3025826 PerformanceLifts.com Rancho Suspension - Shock & Awe Promotion - 2012
03-17-2012 02:14 PM
3025826 Heres the $100 dollar rebate and the website is offering another $20 bucks off today!! SO full set of rancho RS9000xl's for $180 shipped!!! CANNOT BEAT THAT PRICE
03-17-2012 02:03 PM
3025826 I found this form http://www.monroe.com/assets/downloa...ate_US_WEB.pdf
but it is only showing a $50 rebate on rancho rs900xls? Hook it up if theres a better form!
03-16-2012 04:40 PM
3025826 Could you post a link for that rebate form!!! I'm definitely ordering them right now
03-12-2012 05:00 PM
JerkyBoy Make it even easier!
Here's the link
Rancho Shocks - Rancho Shock Absorbers - RS5000, RS7000MT, RS9000XL Shocks

Ordered mine last Tuesday and got them Friday!
So of course they are on now and I am playing with settings trying to find the best for everyday driving around the city.
03-12-2012 04:58 PM
JerkyBoy truckaddons.com
They have sets of 4 Rancho 9000xl for $299.95 with no tax and no shipping
then print and use the Rancho rebate form for another $100 back via mail-in.
03-12-2012 02:10 PM
Leslee Where JerkyBoy??
03-12-2012 02:07 PM
JerkyBoy Just to give you a heads up Rancho is doing a great promotion right now.
Buy 4 9000XL and get $100 back via mail in rebate.
I just got a set of 4 for $200 after rebate and shopping around.
Can't beat that!
03-12-2012 12:38 PM
3025826 I found a set of 6 month used AEV progressive springs for 4.5 in of lift $150 for the set I've been reading and I want my jeep to be able to ride smooth, hence the rancho 9000xls, my question is will I be able to get a smooth ride with the AEVs? I really like the progressive idea with adjustable shocks because I feel like it would massively improve cornering at higher speeds on a soft shock setting
03-06-2012 05:31 PM
UnlimitedLJ04 Currie/Savvy, AEV, OME, BDS and more...all good options. If you pick the correct spring rate and spring length for the weight of your vehicle (winch, bumper, cargo, etc), use good shocks with properly extended bumpstops, the ride will be just fine.
03-06-2012 05:17 PM
530ktm OME for springs and shocks, etc.
03-06-2012 04:52 PM
3025826
Best Springs/coil to use for lift?

Hey everybody my jeep rides like sheit, cheap lift kit. Im planning on upgrading the shocks to rancho rs9000xls. Also going to do the steering stabilizer at that time. What I really would like to know is whether or not I should get new springs when I do that and if so does it matter which brand I get? What is the best?

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